PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT
Shipping Instructions, Moving a Disabled Loader, Preparation for Storage, One-Month Repetitive Service
References - Continued
Always install the safety bar before transporting the loader. Failure to do so could damage
When transporting this loader on a high speed carrier, seal the intake and exhaust pipe
openings to prevent turbocharger damage.
The electrical system master switch must be in the OFF position.
When shipping this loader by truck, state and local regulations may vary. Contact state and/or local authorities for
proper shipping and loading regulations.
Loading rules and specifications published by the Association of American Railroads must be followed when
shipping this loader on open top railroad cars. Check the manual entitled "Rules Governing the Loading of
Commodities on Open Top Cars" at the nearest Railroad Freight Agency.
MOVING A DISABLED LOADER
Towing this loader is not recommended.
PREPARATION FOR STORAGE
When loader is not to be used for a period of time, store it in a dry and protected place. Leaving equipment
outdoors exposed to elements will materially shorten its life.
Follow the procedure below when loader is placed in storage for 30 days or more. Lubricate loader every six
1. Wash or clean loader thoroughly.
3. Move the loader to storage location.